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ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP)—Scott Niedermayer(notes) has told the Anaheim Ducks he intends to return next season.

The defenseman, who turns 36 in August, informed general manager Bob Murray of his decision Thursday evening. Murray called Niedermayer “irreplaceable” after the Ducks were eliminated by Detroit in the second round of this season’s playoffs.

A Ducks spokesman said the team hopes to sign Niedermayer to a new contract soon.
 

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ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP)—Ducks captain Scott Niedermayer is staying in Anaheim after signing a one-year deal Wednesday worth $6 million plus bonuses.

Already a foregone conclusion that the star defenseman would be back, the Ducks made it official a few hours into the NHL free-agent shopping season.

“Keeping Scott Niedermayer in an Anaheim Ducks jersey was paramount for our club,” general manager Bob Murray said in a statement. “We’re extremely pleased he’s chosen to remain with us and look forward to another great season from a Hall of Fame-bound player.”
 
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